SC Archival Association

Annual Business Meeting

October 13, 2005

  • Call to Order

    President Alexia Helsley called the meeting to order at 1:40 p.m.

  • Minutes


    The minutes from the Nov. 10, 2004 business meeting were distributed for review. There being no corrections, the minutes were approved.

  • Treasurer's Report

    A copy of the report was distributed in the conference packets. Treasurer Jim Cross reported that the board had decided to transfer the scholarship funds into a separate account, and the certificate of deposit was transferred to BB&T.

  • Membership Report

    No report.

  • Election of 2006 Officers

    Helsley thanked Brian Fahey for his wonderful service as editor of the SCAAzette. She also thanked Sarah Murray for taking over Aimee James' duties as Director and especially for putting together the Fall conference nearly single-handedly. Murray received a round of applause.


    Helsley presented the slate of officers:

    Vice President/President-Elect: Elizabeth West

    Secretary: Dorothy Hazelrigg

    Director: Mike Kohl

    Kate Moore has agreed to serve as editor for one year.

    There being no nominations from the floor, Marion Chandler moved that the slate be accepted by acclamation. Brian Collars seconded, and the slate was so approved.

  • Outgoing President's Message

    Helsley stated that it has been a keen pleasure to work with everyone this year and she looks forward to more great meetings next year under Suzanne Singleton.

  • Awards

    Vice President Suzanne Singleton thanked the award committee for their work.

    The Career Achievement Award is normally given to retirees, but this year it is given to someone who left South Carolina after a distinguished career in the state: Aimee James.

    Archivist of the Year: Roy Tryon

    The President's Award is a special award given to Alexia Helsley for her service to the Association and the archival profession.

  • Incoming President' Message

    Singleton announced that the leadership retreat would be in early January and she wants comments and input from as many members as possible. She is looking forward to serving as SCAA President.

  • Adjournment

    The meeting adjourned at 2:00 p.m.